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Buntingford Town Council

Serving the people of Buntingford

Manor House

Clerk: Jill Jones
Manor House, High Street
Buntingford SG9 9AB

Tel: 01763 272222

Latest News

Outdoor Gym in Buntingford

The Town Council have recently commissioned the installation of outdoor gym equipment to be fitted in the town.

The gym equipment will be installed at Norfolk Road Playing Field, between the existing play equipment & the Pavilion. There will be 6 different pieces of equipment fitted within the next few months, ranging from 'Pedal Bikes' and 'Air Skiers' to Chest Press and Leg Press equipment, with each concentrating on building strength &.. Read More »

Posted: Sat, 05 Mar 2016 10:00 by Clerk's Office

Tags: Leisure

Buntingford Community Area Neighbourhood Plan Released For Public Consultation

Buntingford Community Area Neighbourhood Plan Released For Public Consultation

Have your say!!!

The pre-submission draft of the Buntingford Community Area Neighbourhood Plan is now available for a period of 6 weeks consultation and comment for residents, businesses and all those that operate within the Buntingford Neighbourhood Area of Aspenden, Buckland & Chipping, Cottered, Hormead, Wyddial and Buntingford.

The document covers all aspects of planning the future of the area until 2031... Read More »

Posted: Wed, 02 Sep 2015 15:30 by Clerk's Office

Tags: Neighbourhood Plan

New 386 Timetables Published

New 386 Timetables Published

Timetables for the new 386 route from 1st September have now been published. Copies available from The Manor House.

Posted: Tue, 11 Aug 2015 15:30 by Jill Jones

Tags: News

Bus Changes Announced

Herts County Council has published the proposed changes to buses from 1st September.

Posted: Fri, 10 Jul 2015 09:47 by Jill Jones

Tags: News

Cedar Tree has to be removed

Cedar Tree has to be removed

Following a report from the District Arboriculture Officer, the Town Council has reluctantly agreed to remove the large Blue Cedar Tree in Layston Court Gardens. The Officer is of the opinion that the tree is dangerous and could cause serious injury to a member of the public.

For the protection of the public the gardens will be closed during the removal process.

Posted: Mon, 06 Jul 2015 11:38 by Jill Jones

Tags: News

Freedom Of The Town Granted For The First Time

The highest honour a Local Council can bestow has been granted to Councillors for the first time.

Eunice Woods & Jean Cook have been granted the Honorary Freedom of the Town for their eminent service to the Town.

Eunice & Jean will receive their Honorary Freeman of Buntingford Certificates at the Annual Civic Reception at the end of June.

The Town Council would like to congratulate Eunice and Jean and.. Read More »

Posted: Wed, 27 May 2015 16:00 by Clerk's Office

Tags: News

A Fond Fairwell

A Fond Fairwell

With the elections now over, the Town Council said a fond goodbye to number of serving members.

Eunice Woods has served for many a year and has been Mayor a number of times. It can truly be said that if you cut her in half you would find the word Buntingford, just like a stick of rock, running through her.

Jean Cook likewise has served the Council for many years and also has been Mayor on more than one occasion.. Read More »

Posted: Mon, 11 May 2015 08:57 by Clerk's Office

Tags: News, Councillor

MP, County and District Councillors

The results of Thursday's election see the return of our sitting candidates;

MP Sir Oliver Heald

HCC Rosemary Cheswright

EHDC Stan Bull and Jeff Jones

Posted: Mon, 11 May 2015 08:50 by Clerk's Office

Tags: News, Councillor

Latest Town Council Newsletter

The April newsletter should be winging its way through your letterbox. This quarterly edition contains updates on the Neighbourhood Plan & Planning Matters, as well as a few snippets. Spare hardcopies are available at the Manor House.

Posted: Thu, 09 Apr 2015 11:00 by Clerk's Office

Tags: News

Youth Councillors in Westminster

Youth Councillors in Westminster

Members of the Youth Council visited Westminster and The Houses of Parliament yesterday.

They were able to sit in on a debate about Shaker Aamer in Guantanamo Bay, have their very own 'Question Time' with Sir Oliver Heald, and walk around the Houses of Parliament including a walk through the House of Commons.

Posted: Wed, 18 Mar 2015 09:30 by Clerk's Office

Tags: Youth Council

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